How to Use Google Font API

7 responses

  1. Dinesh Verma
    August 21, 2010

    Google API ain’t cool. Most fonts are just crap. One i loved is Droid Sans and i’m using it. Rest sucks.

  2. Brij
    August 21, 2010

    Good Article!
    the biggest benefit of all of this is that it’s free.
    Second is google hosted means ability to withstand high levels of site traffic.
    I think It would be future of web.

  3. sewa mobil
    August 21, 2010

    Nice article, thanks for sharing.

  4. Basant | Techno-Pulse
    August 21, 2010

    Though I use a lot of services from Google viz. Apps, Docs, Blogger, Translation etc Google Fonts is new to me. As per the description provided here, It looks easy to implement.

  5. Shashank
    August 21, 2010

    I use some Google fonts on my blog. And yes, I agree that there aren’t many options and most of the fonts aren’t worth the effort. But I’ve tried to make it work.

  6. Avinash
    August 22, 2010

    There’s also a WordPress plugin called Google Web Fonts for WordPress plugin that uses the Google Fonts API and lets change the default font of the blog to any of the fonts from Google Font Directory.

  7. Jakes
    August 22, 2010

    Hi Isha,
    I too had written a post on “Google API font” sometime back.. What I believe that most web developers still don’t like Google Fonts as they don’t support in mobile devices

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